Discussion in 'Gear Chat' started by Poodlesrule, Jul 13, 2018.
Came up on Cl locally:
Dean EVO MIK, came with TKO better gigbag
Their MIK stuff is great. Congrats.
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Zero wear, and the rosewood fretboard fine grain and color are beautiful.
I could have knocked a few dollars off, but the seller was a friend of acquaintances, it turns out, so I had a nice chat, and we had fun. A pleasant experience for both.
Has the look of MIK quality. A very interesting headstock design.
How do the pickups sound?
You scored big on that one, my friend. Great guitars. If I didn't need to make some room, there's no way I'd be selling mine.
Well, I just discovered there TWO knob pull split coil switches (I read about the one on tone knob), so I have to learn more on that... first guitar with the feature.
I'm already impressed with the cheapo <$100 paulwina evo's and vendetta's. I can only wonder how good the upscale models are. Must be a hell of a guitar
Nice Guitar. I actually like just the dots on the fretboard.
Great deal! I love Dean MIK guitars. If you can find one with a decent headstock, that is.
Old thread... seller has another, An EVO Playmate, late 80s (not the near current MIC).
>>> EDIT: no go, MIC cheaper version of the original <<<
I dunno... I like the one I got in July. Heavy beast. My first coil splitting experience!
I have a Dean EVO guitar. Great instrument, I like it a lot.
Ah, so there are few around here.
When were the MIK "plain" EVO's (like the one I got in July) made?
(Forget the Playmate I was just considering, unknown MIC version of the old one, I think)
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